Monday, January 14, 2013

Baker University announces local fall graduates

More than 700 undergraduate, graduate and nursing students at Baker University received their degrees during commencement ceremonies Dec. 15-16 at the Collins Center.

Baker, the first university in Kansas, has been listed among the top schools in the Midwest in the annual college rankings by U.S. News & World Report, and selected as a top school in the Midwest by The Princeton Review.

Baker has been named one of the top 100 Best Values in Private Universities by Kiplinger's Personal for combining outstanding quality with affordability.

The University serves nearly 3,500 students through the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education undergraduate programs in Baldwin City; the School of Nursing in Topeka; the School of Professional and Graduate Studies and School of Education in Overland Park, Kan.; Topeka, Kan.; Wichita, Kan.; and Kansas City, Mo.; Lee's Summit, Mo.; and the School of Education in Overland Park.

Below are the graduates from Wyandotte County:

Bonner Springs, Kan.,

Joshua Reeves, Master of Business Administration;
Barbara Treese, Master of Business Administration;

Edwardsville, Kan.,

Erin Schuler, Master of Arts in Education;

Kansas City, Kan.,

Mustafa Abdualla, Master of Business Administration;
Jerome Bobbitt, Master of Science in School Leadership;
Emmitt Carter, Master of Liberal Arts;
Tanner Christenson, Master of Business Administration;
Jeremy Fish, Bachelor of Science in Management;
Carla Jones, Associate of Arts in Business;
Tera Lane, Bachelor of Business Administration;
Tiffany Mellott, Associate of Arts in Business;
Marilyn Neblett, Bachelor of Business Administration;
Ericka Ramirez, Master of Arts in Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution;
John Reliford, Master of Business Administration;
Tiffanie Roberson, Bachelor of Business Administration;
Lillie Rodriguez, Bachelor of Business Administration;
Darleen Rogers, Master of Arts in Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution;
Rosie Scott, Master of Arts in Education;
Jessica Waers, Bachelor of Business Administration;
Jennifer Ware, Bachelor of Business Administration;
Cassandra Williams, Associate of Arts in Business;
Christopher Harker, Master of Science in Management;